43 thoughts on “How do I look!

    • Anonymous says:

      I’ve actually lost a lot of fat. I used to be in the 340s, and now I’m somewhere around 260. I’ve hit a plateau in fat loss. I need to start hitting the gym again, since I haven’t really been able to job since moving, and it’s winter time. I will begin going to a gym again, and I will be running on their treadmill, like I used to on a regular basis.

        • Anonymous says:

          I really don’t like the idea of having that surgery. I would lose all the sensation in my abdominal skin, and I believe it would look weirder than just having a bit of extra skin.

      • Anonymous says:

        Or start now, you can image search body weight exercises, there are sheets with progressive exercises from beginner to pro to do without gear. Key though is what you eat.

        I really don’t like the idea of having that surgery. I would lose all the sensation in my abdominal skin, and I believe it would look weirder than just having a bit of extra skin.

        Sounds healthy, your body can figure this out.

      • Anonymous says:

        how did you get so fat? like it takes more effort to get this fat than to be thin. How much money did you spend on food? How did you finance this lifestyle?

        • Anonymous says:

          this is what baffles me with a lot of fatties. when i was bulking, i realised it takes so much hecking effort to put on weight. eating is something you have to ACTIVELY do. you have to put effort into it. you don’t just passively gain mass.

        • Anonymous says:

          this is what baffles me with a lot of fatties. when i was bulking, i realised it takes so much hecking effort to put on weight. eating is something you have to ACTIVELY do. you have to put effort into it. you don’t just passively gain mass.

          The reason for my obesity is because I had really bad insomnia and because I had an irrational fear of losing muscle if I didn’t eat enough. The most I ever benched was 355, and I could also squat 425 at this time. This was in early 2020 when I weighed somewhere in the 340s, and before I decided to start losing fat. I would literally consume sugar-filled kefir all the time. I’ve come a long way in recovery, though, but it’s taken literally years. I used to drink myself to sleep nearly every night, and the drinking issue is something that has virtually been resolved only recently. The kefir issue was resolved in 2020.

        • Anonymous says:

          this is what baffles me with a lot of fatties. when i was bulking, i realised it takes so much hecking effort to put on weight. eating is something you have to ACTIVELY do. you have to put effort into it. you don’t just passively gain mass.

          It’s pretty easy if you eat junk food every day and double portions

      • Anonymous says:

        You’re hitting a plateau because you’re still eating too much.
        Weight yourself everyday at the same time each week. Average out the weights for the week.
        If the average weight goes up or stays the same then you ate too much.

        • Anonymous says:

          I used to regularly go running for a couple hours at a time, but I haven’t been able to do that since moving somewhere around March of this year. My old apartment had a treadmill I would run on for a couple hours. My legs would get really sore, and I would be soaked in sweat. I just got approved for free gym memberships, so I will try using the treadmills at local gyms, but I still won’t be able to go running nearly as frequently as I used to. I hate living in this part of the country, and I can’t wait to move back closer to the city. Everything is less convenient over here.

          • Anonymous says:

            You need to worry less about exercising and more about dieting. Dieting is all about eating foods high in satiety so you feel full with fewer calories.

            use tdeecalculator.net

          • Anonymous says:

            Whatever the site says is your maintinence calories eat 500 less than that. And don’t overestimate your activity level

  1. Anonymous says:

    If you’re going to do suspenders, get high-waisted pants and button-on suspenders. The clip-ons and your saggy pants look stupid.

  2. Anonymous says:

    your feminine facial features make you look like a lesbian
    the dyke fashion, hair, and insecure pussy posing aren’t helping

  3. Anonymous says:

    >How do I look!
    Like someone took a /pol/chud to an Amish farm for a day, but you’ve made the decision to improve, and that’s half the battle.

  4. Anonymous says:

    You look like you come from hardy teutonic peasant stock. Let me guess, you’re from Michigan or Wisconsin or some other midwestern state?

      • Anonymous says:

        I was close. If you’re half Polish your ancestors likely came to Chicago or Milwaukee off the boat, or Scranton like my Polish forebears.
        As for style, I highly recommend you clean up the hair, it’s not helping you, and it gives the vibe of an unwashed DND or MTG nerd.
        I’m speaking from experience when it comes to the hair btw, I grew mine out past my shoulders back in 2019-2022, and to be blunt it didn’t look flattering at all and the only reason I resisted cutting it was due to some sort of sunken cost fallacy on my part.
        My hair also looked pretty similar to yours, not a lot of body and too dry and lifeless.

        • Anonymous says:

          By half Polish, I mean my literal biological mother came here from Poland. I even grew up in a Polish household, but not with her.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Please, please, PLEASE disregard any piece of advice aside from "lose weight", your setup might actually be really good, just held back by your weight

  6. Anonymous says:

    I’ll buy the burberry scarf off you for $100 and sell it back when you’re in good enough shape to be fashionable if you want tbh

    • Anonymous says:

      Thats not the real Burberry scarf. You can tell because the design is different and it’s not the right length. It’s a fake. I know because I was gifted the same thing for my birthday a year ago.

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